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MIAMI — Jake Arrieta tries for his 10th victory of the season for the Phillies in the second game of their series at Miami. By Steven Wine. UPCOMING: 600 words, photos. Game scheduled to begin 7:10 p.m.


— BBA--RAYS-BLUE JAYS. UPCOMING: 650 words, photos by 7:05 p.m.


MIAMI — Phillies infielder Maikel Franco has reported worsening soreness in his right wrist, and he's expected to return to Philadelphia for evaluation by a specialist. Earlier X-rays were negative, but Franco missed his second game in a row Tuesday in Miami, and he'll likely undergo an MRI. He's batting .267 with 22 homers and 66 RBIs.



DAVIE — Veteran running back and special teams contributor Brandon Bolden has been signed by the Miami Dolphins three days after he was released by AFC East rival New England. The Dolphins also released center Travis Swanson on Tuesday, one day after he signed with the team.



TALLAHASSEE — Deondre Francois had ice bags strapped to both knees and another one wrapped around his right shoulder. He was sore, sullen and stunned. By Mark Long.



WEST CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa. — Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson, golf's most prominent players for more than two decades, never realized the Ryder Cup would mean so much. For Woods, it's the culmination of a comeback that began in January after a fourth surgery on his lower back. For Mickelson, more than setting a record by playing his 12th Ryder Cup, the 48-year-old gets what he believes will be his last chance to capture that gold trophy away from home. By Doug Ferguson.



MIAMI — The United States will play Mexico, Panama and Trinidad and Tobago in the group stage of the CONCACAF Women's Championship, which serves as qualifying for next year's World Cup in France. The top-ranked U.S., defending its 2015 World Cup title, opens Oct. 4 against Mexico, plays Panama three days later, then closes Group A play on Oct. 10. The matches will be at Cary, North Carolina.


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